Let Us Harness The Powers Of Twitter To Make Movie Magic Once More
Thanks to a certain president*, Twitter has gone from a place of fiery bickering and rampant silliness to a website of global importance. But sometimes, it still gets to just be strange and wonderful, like that time a tweet went viral and birthed a new movie directed by Ava DuVernay, written by Issa Rae, and starring Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o.
Sometimes Twitter makes miracles. And we could use a new one thanks to another proposed movie pitch/pic pairing that’s made our knees weak:
film concept: jeff goldblum and stanley tucci own a restaurant and are also husbands. pic.twitter.com/sM9MTbq2LD— tylerbu//y (@tylerfbradley) May 29, 2017
Are you screaming? Do you need to take a moment to yourself in your bunk? You are not alone, friend. Imagining the combined sexual charisma of Stanley Tucci and Jeff Goldblum is a prospect so heady we marvel no one in Hollywood has ever achieved it. Is there some weird casting rule that you can only have one eccentric silver fox per film? If so, we’ve got lawyers on staff. We will resolve this.
But Twitter wasn’t through being brilliant. What more could you want from a Tucci/Goldblum movie beyond mature allure and the promise of exposed forearms masterfully making drool-inspiring meals? (Maybe they knead dough together like a yummy nod to Ghost!) Twitter has more ideas.
…when their lives are turned upside down by a figure from their pasts pic.twitter.com/03T8q8e97B— David Fickling (@davidfickling) May 30, 2017
completely 100% confirmed pic.twitter.com/NPpOQ1QgCY— Andiee Dinkleberg (@LostInEverAfter) May 30, 2017
I've been waiting my entire life to use those pictures for this concept, thank you David— Andiee Dinkleberg (@LostInEverAfter) May 30, 2017
"We'll always have Venice…"— David Fickling (@davidfickling) May 30, 2017
Romcom where 2 competing restaurateurs fall in love. 1 owns a homey diner, the other food trucks. Both in the most competetive area in town.— LaNaria Allen (@LaeTheCreative) May 30, 2017
And they're wearing similar glasses. *cues quirky morning monologue of them sharing a bathroom while getting ready*— Maabs ٩(^ᴗ^)۶ (@Dammit__Woman) May 29, 2017
Screw a movie, I want a full fledged Netflix series!— Mike Duncan (@mduncan50) May 29, 2017
With Mark Strong as an aloof food critic who slowly thaws.— Shannon Hubbell (@brundlefly) May 30, 2017
hi i illustrated this concept because i've lost the capacity for rational thought. lmk when the cartoon pitch comes through i'm on board pic.twitter.com/Wqxg8dd7d5— Jaimie, The Creator (@daddygoldblum) May 31, 2017
Let's face it - "something something Stanley Tucci something something" is probably worth a watch— Mark Dowling (@mark_dowling) May 30, 2017
big night 2: bigger night— julia selinger (@julialena_) May 30, 2017
When things get tough in their relationship Jeff leaves town to stay with his good friend (who also supplies wine at their restaurant) pic.twitter.com/6yJxSxvLMe— ❀ Bella ❀ (@Franduil) May 30, 2017
ok this but costarring jamie lee curtis & lisa kudrow as the lesbian counterpart competitor pic.twitter.com/DdotkAhqLx— stupid aioli (@ghosttonight) May 30, 2017
just take my money right now.. two of my fave movie Bae.. bring it on and make it happen pic.twitter.com/8Y47wawO1I— Babs19702🐯💞 (@AMPixieWarrior) May 30, 2017
please make this happen the world is ready— Annalee Newitz (@Annaleen) May 31, 2017
Dear Hollywood, make this happen. Our thirst is real.
I would watch the fuck out of that on a loop until I died— Lee (@lgb1235) May 29, 2017
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